................. Biola's Office ofStudent Employment provides oppor­ tunities for on- and off campus employment. Most employers allow you to tailor your work hours to fit your class schedule.

Students who did not enroll in Army ROTC as a fresh­ man or a sophomore can receive equivalent credit in several different ways (see ''Two-Year Program" below). Admission to the Advanced Course is limited to students who meet all academic and physical require­ ments. Students in this course receive a subsistence allowance of $100 a month for 10 months during each of the two academic years, plus military service books and uniforms. After completion of the Advanced Course and college, students are eligible to be commissioned as second lieutenants in one of the Army's 17 specialty areas in either the Army National Guard, Army Reserve, or Active Army. Students' desires are a major factor in determining which service option is selected. The active duty obligation for those students select­ ed to enter the National Guard or Army Reserve is typi­ cally four months. Students entering the Active Army serve longer periods. ROTC students desiring to obtain advanced degrees may be granted a delay in reporting to their initial assignment. Scholarship Scholarships are available on a national and regional basis. Two and three year scholarships are available on a competitive basis to any qualified student of Biola University who desires to compete. An Army scholar­ ship will pay for most tuition costs, school supplies, and provide a monthly subsistence allowance of $100. The scholarship competition is conducted from November through February during the school year prior to when the scholarship would go into effect. Winners are announced in May and June, and the scholarship becomes effective at the start of the following Fall term. Two Year Program This program is designed for students who receive placement credit for two years of ROTC. Placement credit may be given for a variety of conditions. Included are: completing three years of high school ROTC; attending a special Basic Course summer camp; joining the Army Reserves or National Guard; prior military service on active duty (veterans may receive VA benefits concurrently with Advance Course bene­ fits); and by completing two years of college level Air Force or Navy ROTC. Extra Curricular Cadets in Army ROTC are eligible to participate in a wide variety of extra-curricular activities. Included are repelling, land navigation, parachuting, and other adventure opportunities. Further Information Biola University students who desire more informa- tion regarding this program can write: Department of Military Science University of California, Los Angeles 405 Hilgard (Men's Gym)

AIR FORCE ROTC Through arrangements with the University of Southern California and California State University, Long Beach (CSULB) both the two- and four-year Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps (AFROTC) programs are available to all qualified students. Academic units earned in this program are counted as elective units toward fulfillment of graduation requirements. Successful completion of the AFROTC program leads to a commission as a second lieutenant in the United States Air Force. Those students who qualify for and plan to enter Air Force pilot training will be given flight instruc­ tion as a part of their junior year in either the two- or four-year program. Scholarships are available to quali­ fied students on a competitive basis. All scholarship recipients receive full tuition, required fees, books and $100 a month. For additional information contact the Department of Aerospace Studies (AFROTC) at the University of Southern California, Los Angeles, California 90089-0651, (213) 740-2670 or CSULB, Long Beach, California 90840-5503, (213) 985-5743.

■ ■■ ■■■

Los Angeles, CA 90024-1609 or call (213) 825-7384/7381.

Made with FlippingBook flipbook maker